The editor-in-chief for the topic is Anne Kapuscinski, chair of the Environmental Studies Program.
Scientists use depictions of animals in Egyptian art over time as a guide to population dynamics.
Elaina Melton will use the grant to support her work on two cholesterol-related diseases.
Dartmouth’s Jason Houle found that more than a third of young Americans have more debt than assets.
Dartmouth co-authors offer a short-term solution to dealing with the problem of price variations.
Olga Zhaxybayeva won a Simons Foundation Investigator grant to study microbial origins and evolution.
The Geisel professor talks about a study on smoking on the big screen.
Steve Bensen, Geisel ’90, talks about his two months with the Human Resources for Health program.
Thayer’s Rachel Obbard says the abundance of plastic particles in Arctic sea ice came as a surprise.
A Dartmouth study finds that millions with disabilities have prescriptions for strong painkillers.